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CEI Turns One: What have we learned about the universe of...

One year ago the Center for Education Innovations (CEI) set out to increase understandings of education innovations serving the poor around the world. They "wanted to capture...

Non-formal education act cleared by the cabinet

"The cabinet has finally approved the draft of the Non-Formal Education Act, 2014 to bring the non-formal education sector, which is now being run...

Government working on scheme to promote science and innovation among students

"The central government is also contemplating a review of the Right to Education Act, in view of several states questioning the efficacy of not having...

‘Scouts a good education tool’

"The Prime Minister says voluntary and non-political youth movements can help educate young people and improve their potential. Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said in...

Making EFA a Reality for 64,000 Lao Youth and Adults

"Over 64,000 young people and adults in Lao PDR were the first cohort of learners to participate in a flexible and gender-sensitive equivalency programme...

Filipino kids ‘sweat it out’ in classrooms

"Tens of thousands of students in the central Philippines began the school year on Monday in steamy tents and other makeshift classrooms, seven months...

Politics shape services; and services shape politics

"Some political economy analysis has found similar requirements forgood performance in service delivery, including good monitoring, effective sanctions, strong systems of local accountability, and political...

We must shelve our hopes for aid to education from Australia

"The news that Australia’s aid budget will be cut by 10% over the next two years is worrisome for education financing. Ausaid is now closed and development...

World’s girls struggling with “curriculum of chores”

"Girls as young as four are juggling their schoolwork with a ‘curriculum of chores’ to help their families survive, reveals Plan International’s Real Choices, Real...

Admission policy introduced for free education

"The Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) has introduced a comprehensive admission policy for arranging free-of-cost education for out-of-school/dropout children aged between 6-17 in schools under...

Irish Government launches ‘Better Outcomes Brighter Futures: the National Policy Framework...

"Frances Fitzgerald TD, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, has today been joined by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD and An Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore...

Building Blocks and Ballot Boxes: What Elections Mean for India’s Children

"In India, where 800 million voters will go to the polls starting this week 1, the Constitution requires children aged 6 to 14 to go...

Creative Programs Keep Myanmar’s Children in School

"Myanmar is currently pursuing an aggressive course of education reform and restructuring, includingreopening universities and investing in higher education. But one of the country’s greatest challenges as...

Govt plans to train out-of-school kids

"The school and mass education department will conduct special training for children above six years who have not enrolled in schools so far. These...

Accusations of Millions Embezzled through Nepalese School Construction Projects

"Nepal has become a leader in innovate education technologies in South Asia, allocating billions to provide its state-run secondary schools with computers and internet access. However,...

Education Policy Research Series Discussion Document No. 5 Education Systems in...

"This comparative report reviews and analyses a range of selected educational issues in Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)+6 countries, which include 10 ASEAN...

2015 Report: What questions should the 2015 EFA GMR answer?

"The 2015 EFA Global Monitoring Report will provide a definitive assessment of overall progress toward the six EFA goals. The assessment will establish whether...

Myanmar’s education reform process takes steps towards a national education law...

"On 05-06 March 2014, UNESCO participated in the National Level Pragmatic Education Reform Forum in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, which was opened by the...

New Yemeni Budget Focuses on Education and Health

"Almost a quarter of the 2014 Yemeni budget is allocated to the education and health sectors. Education was allocated 512.3 billion riyals (about $2.4 billion) and...

‘Campaign to enrol out-of-school children to be launched on 1st’

"Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif presided over a high-level meeting that took a number of important decisions for the promotion of education and capacity...

The World Bank Supports abolition of fees and levies in basic...

"The World Bank Board of Executive Directors has approved support to The Gambia to increase access to basic education, improve the quality of teaching...

Right to education: 61% of fifth graders can probably not read...

"In a rare show of solidarity, nine political parties pledged to ensure that steps will be taken to increase enrolment, minimise dropout rates and...

World Bank to Support 4.5 Million Bangladeshi Poor Students to Continue...

" "The government of Bangladesh signed a $265 million additional financing agreement with the International Development Association (IDA), the World Bank ’s concessional arm, for the ongoing...

Efforts underway to bring back out of school children

"The Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) has envisaged adopting a new education policy for admitting dropouts and out of school children in various PEF partner...

DepEd, AusAID boost Philippine education

"The Department of Education (DepEd) and the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) signed the Memorandum of Subsidiary Arrangement (MSA) for the Basic Education...

29 percent of children in Sindh out of school: report

"Despite the recent focus of the provincial government on enrolment drives, 29 percent of Sindh’s children aged 5-16 still remain out of school, said...

AUSTRALIA: TRADE UNION STEPS UP EFFORTS TOWARDS QUALITY EDUCATION

"As part of the Quality Education Campaign, the Independent Education Union of Australia (IEU) launched its Quality Teaching Framework Policy which outlines the fundamental elements...

Ekiti disburses N12.7m on remedial colleges

"The distribution of scratch cards for the procurement of the Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) forms by Ekiti State government yesterday brightened hope for some 2,500...

Non-formal education act draft sent back, Dhaka

"The cabinet on Monday has sent back the proposal of enacting a new law titled ‘Non-Formal Education Act, 2014’ for further improvement of the...

JAPAN: SOCIAL DIALOGUE AT HEART OF UNION’S EDUCATION REFORM CAMPAIGN

"The Japan Teachers’ Union (JTU) has launched a National Campaign on Education Reform (NCER), linking it to EI’s Unite for Quality Education (Unite) initiative." Continue...